Jeep Returns to the Auto Show Circuit With Strong SUV Credentials

May 13th, 2021 by

Now that life is slowly returning back to normal as the Coronavirus gets under control, auto shows are back on and Stellantis is headed to the Twin Cities Auto Show. Starting May 15 (2021), Twin Cities Auto Show attendees will have the opportunity to get up close and personal with the latest offerings from Jeep, as well as Ram brand and Dodge//SRT vehicles.

Jeep returns to the Twin Cities Auto Show with numerous all-new models, including:

Jeep Grand Cherokee L

The Jeep Grand Cherokee L marks the first time Jeep makes a splash in the three-row SUV segment stateside. The Jeep Commander currently has three rows but is exclusively sold in the Chinese market. Breaking new ground with renowned Jeep 4×4 performance, comfort, and overall functionality, the Grand Cherokee L is sure to be another winner for Jeep as it adds to the nameplate’s running streak of awards and accolades. Buyers can expect improved on-road refinement and premium styling features inside and out. 

Deemed a state-of-the-art SUV, the Grand Cherokee L comes equipped with advanced safety and security features, including 360-degree surround view, night vision cameras, advanced driver-assist systems, and next-generation technologies. Uconnect 5 with standard wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a digital rearview mirror, a rear-seat monitoring camera, a premium 19-speaker McIntosh audio sound system, 10-inch digital screens, and a windshield Head-Up Display are some of the available features interested buyers will be wowed by. 

Jeep Wrangler

2021 brings forth two new dynamic trims for the Wrangler model. Jeep is breaking new ground with the all-new Wrangler 4xe, the first plug-in hybrid vehicle available from the automaker here in the U.S. A 375-horsepower plug-in hybrid powertrain brings new meaning to off-roading with instant-ready torque. Range anxiety isn’t an issue for daily drivers with the Wrangler 4xe’s 49 miles per gallon of gasoline-equivalent (MPGe) and 21 miles of all-electric range. A nearly silent, zero-emission, the open-air ride is what buyers can experience behind the wheel of the all-new Wrangler 4xe. 

Arguably diametrically opposed to the newly-minted 4xe trim, Jeep is also bringing the heat to the Twin Cities with the 470-horsepower Wrangler Rubicon 392. With figures such as a 0-60 mph time of just 4.5 seconds and 470 lb-ft of torque, the Wrangler Rubicon 392 holds its own as a V8 engine makes a return under its hood after nearly 40 years. In fact, it’s not just any V8 that rests under the hood of the Rubicon 392, it’s actually the same 6.4-liter Hellcat engine that powers sister brand Dodge’s state-of-the-art muscle cars such as the Dodge Charger and Challenger. 


A premium extension of the Jeep brand, the Wagoneer picks up where the original premium SUV left off more than 30 years ago. Building on the model’s rich heritage as one of the first models to ever offer American craftsmanship, the Wagoneer lineup also includes the top-tier Grand Wagoneer. Legendary 4×4 capability, a new Wagoneer Client Services division and unprecedented luxury forge a new path for the automaker as it strives to define new standards of sophistication. Geared towards a unique and premium customer service experience, the Wagoneer is innovative, capable, and authentic while taking technology to new levels typically unseen on a Jeep model. The Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer have strong SUV credentials and are expected to redefine their respective segment as Jeep builds the next generation of an American icon.

Stay tuned on Hollywood Chrysler Jeep social media for the latest news from Jeep. The Wagoneer lineup, along with the Grand Cherokee L, is expected to arrive at dealerships sometime during the third quarter (2021), but the Wrangler 4xe is already here. Visit The Jeep Experts to explore the latest Jeep inventory at Hollywood Chrysler Jeep and schedule your test drive today!

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